Season Preview: NJIT Ice Hockey

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Student Loan Watchdog Walks Out

The United States is facing a student loan crisis worth 1.5 trillion dollars. Fifty percent of incoming NJIT freshmen take on the burden of student debt, while seventy percent of college students nationwide graduate with…

The True Cost of College Textbooks

The cost of college textbooks has soared over the years. For students, this is can be an inconvenience. If a professor requires a textbook, it is mandatory that students purchase it for class or forfeit…

XOXO: Friends vs. Acquaintances

Fact: relationships are complicated. More specifically, college relationships are complicated - gone are the days of the black-and-white definitions of friends & non-friends. Now, friendship exists on a spectrum, and while we like to think…

Dear Highlander: Struggling with Studying

Dear Highlander, The semester’s only been on for a few weeks and I am super stressed. My resolution for 2017 was to get my grades up, but so far I haven’t been able to figure…

How to Manage Stress in College

Stress is something akin to an illness; it disrupts the body and mind’s natural balance. Much like any other illness, stress stems from situations formed by our environment. It could be receiving a poor grade,…

Why is College Hard?

Senioritis: A deep-rooted illness that afflicts many senior year high school students after college acceptance letters have been mailed out and generally lasting until the eve of a student’s first day of college. Merriam Webster…